Membrane ion transport in non-excitable tissues.

@article{Nehrke2014MembraneIT,
  title={Membrane ion transport in non-excitable tissues.},
  author={Keith Nehrke},
  journal={WormBook : the online review of C. elegans biology},
  year={2014},
  pages={1-22}
}
The facilitated movement of ions across cell membranes can be characterized as occurring through active (ATP-dependent), secondary active (coupled), or passive transport processes. Each of these processes is mediated by a diverse group of membrane proteins. Over the past fifteen years, studies of membrane transport in C. elegans have benefited from the fact that worms are anatomically simple, easily and economically cultured, and genetically tractable. These experimental advantages have been… CONTINUE READING

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